How to Run your Home Without Help

Smallshaw, Kay
Publication Date 1949
Publisher John Lehman,
Binding Hardback
Condition Good+, sound copy in chipped and torn dust jacket
SKU 24401
Notes Red boards with gilt titles to spine are clean but with some slight uneven fading. The dust jacket has some significant patches of loss and smaller chips and tears. The is some slight foxing to the prelims and closed page edges.


Hardback. First edition. This introduction for newly weds of the newly servantless is written by Kay Smallshaw. Smallshaw was the former editor of Good Housekeeping and a contributor to the BBC radio programme Woman’s Hour. This volume is packed with social detail is considered interesting and important enough to have also been published by Perspehone Books (No. 62 in their reprints) but this volume is the first edition by in its dust jacket and with illustrations by Katie Hall. Line drawing to frontis, illustrated titles page and further illustrations throughout. Indexed. Appendix of useful equipment. Also includes short chapters on beauty and men about the house!
Price: £12.00
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